Rachel seeks urgent meeting with Health Minister over ‘extremely worrying’ ambulance waits

With her concerns increasing around patient safety as a result of long ambulance waits at the Worcestershire Royal and Alexandra Hospitals, Rachel has requested an urgent meeting with Health Ministers. Rachel has written to the Minister of State for Health, Stephen...

Securing the NHS and the Alex for the future will continue to be my top priority

Writing in this week's Redditch Advertiser, Rachel talked about her commitment to secure more funding for the Alex and the unacceptable long ambulance waits. Securing the NHS and the Alex for the future is and will continue to be my top priority. Our hospital has a...

Rachel’s statement following the Withdrawal Agreement vote

Following the result of the Meaningful Vote on the Withdrawal Agreement, Rachel said: “While I’m disappointed with the outcome of last night’s vote, I stand by the decision I made to back this deal. I believed, and still do, that I was acting in the best interests of...

Redditch low-earners main beneficiaries of Britain’s jobs boom

Rachel has welcomed a report from the Resolution Foundation which has found Britain’s post-crisis jobs boom has particularly benefited low-income households and disadvantaged groups the most. The non-partisan think tank’s report, ‘Setting the record straight,’ which...

I stood on a manifesto to deliver Brexit and it’s my job to deliver it

I am travelling back to Westminster for what will be the most important vote I'll have taken part in during my time as your MP. I made a pledge on my election night that I would not act in narrow party interests, but in the interests of my whole constituency,...

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Rachel Maclean

Rachel Maclean

Member of Parliament for Redditch County

About Rachel

A Midlands girl, Rachel went to the local comprehensive school and is a working Mum with four grown up children and a rescue dog, Phoebe. She’s a Midlands girl born and bred… [Read More]

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